Sligo Intermediate Football Championship - Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour

Year Winner Opponent
2012 Bunninadden 1-07 Drumcliffe/Rosses-Point 0-6
2011 Coolaney/Mullinabreena 1-10, 2-15 (AET)(R) Drumcliffe/Rosses-Point 1-10, 1-13 (AET)(R)
2010 Easkey 0-13 Drumcliffe/Rosses-Point 1-08
2009 Geevagh 1-08 Bunninadden 1-07
2008 St. Molaise Gaels 1-05, 1-11 (AET)(R) Coolaney/Mullinabreena 0-08, 0-13 (AET)(R)
2007 St. Farnan's 2-19 St. Michael's 0-07
2006 Geevagh 0-17 St. Patrick's, Dromard 1-10
2005 Coolaney/Mullinabreena 2-06, 1-10 (R) Eastern Harps 0-12, 0-07 (R)
2004 Calry/St. Joseph's 0-12, 2-06 (R) Coolaney/Mullinabreena 2-06, 1-07 (R)
2003 Ballymote 0-15 Eastern Harps 0-08
2002 St. Patrick's, Dromard 1-09 Ballymote 0-11
2001 Grange/Cliffoney 1-12 Geevagh 0-05
2000 St. John's 0-12 St. Patrick's, Dromard 2-04
1999 Geevagh 0-15, 4-09 (R) St. Michael's 2-09, 2-07 (R)
1998 Castleconnor 2-10 Grange/Cliffoney 0-08
1997 Clooonacool 1-11 St. Patrick's, Dromard 1-04
1996 Balymote 2-12 Coolaney/Mullinabreena 0-11
1995 Coolera/Strandhill 3-08 St. John's 2-07
1994 Grange/Cliffoney 3-07 St. Farnan's 1-06
1993 Ballymote 0-10 St. John's 0-6
1992 Drumcliffe/Rosses-Point 0-9 Coolaney/Mullinabreena 0-5
1991 Enniscrone 0-13 Drumcliffe/Rosses-Point 2-6
1990 Easkey 0-13 Calry/St. Joseph's 0-07
1989 Coolera/Strandhill 1-09 St. Farnan's 0-06
1988 Tourlestrane 0-14 Calry/St. Joseph's 2-03
1987 Easkey 2-10 Owenmore Gaels 0-07
1986 Geevagh 1-09 Enniscrone 0-09
1985 Shamrock Gaels 1-06 Enniscrone 0-04
1984 Geevagh 5-10 Shamrock Gaels 0-04
1983 Eastern Harps 2-07 Bunninadden 0-06
1982 Easkey 3-05 Castleconnor 2-05
1981 Grange 1-07, 2-04 (R) Castleconnor 1-07, 0-07 (R)
1980 Curry 0-11 Owenmore Gaels 2-02
1979 Shamrock Gaels 3-09 Owenmore Gaels 1-02

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